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Adhesives, 2. Applications

  1. Hermann Onusseit1,
  2. Rainer Wefringhaus1,
  3. Gunther Dreezen2,
  4. Brendan Kneafsey3,
  5. Jürgen Wichelhaus1,
  6. Thomas Bachon1,
  7. Kevin Becker4,
  8. Chunfu Chen5,
  9. Dieter Dausmann1,
  10. Tatiana Gillitzer1,
  11. Ralf Gossen1,
  12. Shashi Gupta4,
  13. Matthew Holloway4,
  14. Kazutoshi Iida5,
  15. Anthony F. Jacobine4,
  16. Siegfried Kopannia1,
  17. Olaf Lammerschop4,
  18. Daniel Lu4,
  19. Bernd Mayer1,
  20. Claudia Meckel-Jonas1,
  21. Stefan Picker1,
  22. Manfred Pröbster1,
  23. Michel Ruyters2,
  24. Hans-Peter Sattler1,
  25. Bernhard Schöttmer1,
  26. Udo Windhövel1

Published Online: 15 JAN 2010

DOI: 10.1002/14356007.n01_n01

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

How to Cite

Onusseit, H., Wefringhaus, R., Dreezen, G., Kneafsey, B., Wichelhaus, J., Bachon, T., Becker, K., Chen, C., Dausmann, D., Gillitzer, T., Gossen, R., Gupta, S., Holloway, M., Iida, K., Jacobine, A. F., Kopannia, S., Lammerschop, O., Lu, D., Mayer, B., Meckel-Jonas, C., Picker, S., Pröbster, M., Ruyters, M., Sattler, H.-P., Schöttmer, B. and Windhövel, U. 2010. Adhesives, 2. Applications. Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. .

Author Information

  1. 1

    Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Germany

  2. 2

    Henkel Electronic Materials, Belgium N.V.

  3. 3

    Loctite (R&D) Limited, Ireland

  4. 4

    Henkel Corporation, USA

  5. 5

    Henkel, Japan

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 JAN 2010

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Abstract

The article contains sections titled:

1.Paper and Packaging Industry
1.1.Graphic Products
1.1.1.Bookbinding
1.1.1.1.Perfect Binding (Unsewn Binding) of Books
1.1.1.2.Book Manufacture
1.1.2.Fold Gluing
1.2.Adhesives for Packaging and Packaging Materials
1.2.1.Manufacture of Corrugated Board
1.2.2.Lamination of Paper and Board
1.2.3.Folder Gluer
1.2.4.Folding Cartons
1.2.5.Flexible Packages
1.2.6.Bags, Sacks, and Pouches
1.2.7.Adhesive Coating of Paper and Board
1.2.8.Adhesives for Automatic Packaging Machines
1.2.9.Reclosure Systems for Liquid Packaging Boards
1.2.10.Membrane Bonding
1.2.11.Pallet Securing
1.3.Envelopes and Advertising Mail
1.4.Cigarette Manufacture
1.5.Labeling
1.6.Nonwovens Hygiene Industry
1.7.Hygienic Tissue Papers
2.Gluing of Wood and Wooden Materials
3.Footwear Adhesives
4.Bonding of Plastics
5.Bonding of Elastomers
5.1.Postvulcanization Bonding of Rubber
5.2.Vulcanization Bonding of Rubber
6.Bonding of Metals
7.Adhesives for Wallcoverings
8.Flooring Adhesives
9.Building Construction Adhesives
10.Adhesives for Bonding Textile Fabrics
11.Flocking Adhesives
12.Adhesives for Bonding Glass
13.Adhesives in Automobile Manufacture
14.Adhesives in Aircraft Construction
15.Adhesives and Sealants in Electronics
15.1.Introduction
15.2.Conductive Adhesives
15.3.Coating and Protection Products
15.4.Surface Mounting Adhesives
15.5.Adhesives for Flat-Panel Display Manufacture
16.Medical Adhesives
17.Household Adhesives and Do-It-Yourself Products
17.1.Household Adhesives
17.1.1.Adhesive Rollers (Paper Adhesives in Cassette Form)
17.2.Do-It-Yourself Products
18.Applications of Anaerobic Adhesives
18.1.Introduction
18.2.Main Applications Types
18.2.1.Threadlockers
18.2.2.Threadsealants
18.2.3.Chemical Gaskets
18.2.4.Retaining Compounds
18.2.5.Porous-Metal Sealing (PMS)
18.3.Limitations for Anaerobic Adhesive Applications
18.4.Formulation Ingredients and Chemistry
18.4.1.Methacrylate Esters
18.4.2.Curatives
18.4.3.Initiation or Polymerization Accelerators–Promoters
18.4.4.Rheological Additives
18.4.5.Performance Additives
19.Adhesives in Transportation Industry
19.1.Introduction
19.2.Sandwich Elements
19.3.Commercial Vehicles/Buses
19.4.Recreational Vehicles
19.5.Railway
19.6.Shipbuilding
19.7.Refrigerated Containers
19.8.Future Trends
20.Adhesives in Low-Pressure Molding for Electronic Components